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  • Australian Sports Commission (Australia) - Case Study

    667. The impact of development through sport: Australian Sports Outreach Program case studies

    Access the findings of research into Australian Sports Outreach Programs in Vanuatu, Tonga and Nauru.

  • Vincent Stops (United Kingdom) - Case Study

    666. How Hackney became London’s most liveable borough

    Learn how to transform your community through design initiatives implemented by Hackney.

  • Shifalika Goenka (India) - Case Study

    601. Increasing density in Indian cities – leading to increased sitting time

    Read about the effects of increased population density in India's large cities from GlobalPANet Regional Correspondant Shifalika Goenka.

  • LiveWell Colorado and the Colorado Municipal League (CML) (United States) - Case Study

    566. HEAL (Healthy Eating and Active Living) Cities & Towns Campaign of Colorado

    Take a look at this new initiative in the U.S which provides training and technical assistance to help municipal officials adopt policies that improve access to physical activity and healthy food in their communities.

  • Canada Walks (Canada) - Case Study

    546. WALK Friendly Ontario

    WALK Friendly Ontario is a recognition program that encourages municipalities to create and improve spaces and places to walk by awarding Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum designations.

  • Alberta Centre for Active Living (Canada) - Case Study

    527. Using Evidence-Based Approaches in Recreation Program Planning for Children and Youth

    The lack of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity among children and youth is an ongoing concern (Active Healthy Kids Canada, 2012). Providing evidence-based programming with specific health and fitness objectives is an emerging trend in the field of physical education and recreation. This article discusses how the SPARK program meets the criteria for evidence-based best practice, and how SPARK™ lesson plans will be used as part of a 22-week intervention to be conducted by Cardel Place in 2014.

  • Australian Sports Commission (ASC) (Vanuatu) - Case Study

    518. Women’s Island Cricket Project

    Read about this cricket program in Vanuatu which encouraged local women to be more active and taught them the importance of a healthy diet and lifestyle.

  • Active Living Research (United States) - Case Study

    418. Active Living Research Infographic

    Learn about the role of communities in promoting physical activity.

  • Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) (Kenya) - Case Study

    192. Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA)

    Read about a sport-for-development program in Kenya.

  • Singapore Health Promotion Board (Singapore) - Case Study

    191. National Brisk Walking Programme

    The National Brisk Walking programme is Singapore’s whole of government approach in promoting social bonding and regular physical activity. This multi-agency collaboration aims to increase community participation in brisk walking with a focus on its health benefits.

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